The future of high tech trucks is now

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While many fleets have experimented with various telematic technology in a portion of their fleet, page the economy of scale is improving so quickly that implementing such products in many more trucks working in a wider variety of applications is inevitable over the next decade.  Perhaps, cialis most notable is truck OEMs’ interest in being directly involved in telematic implementation and upkeep of sophisticated software platforms, case lane departure and auto collision systems, EOBRs, and in-cab diagnostics — as well as remote, satellite-based security and anti-theft systems.

If you are interested in telematics in the heavy trucking industry, read more at http://www.todaystrucking.com/news.cfm?intDocID=23170

Kurt B. Uhlir

Kurt B. Uhlir

Co-Founder at Sideqik
Co-founder Sideqik, with exits at Vitrue & Navteq to Nokia & Oracle; SoTech founder. 10+ U.S. and international patents, including fundamental patents covering check-in services and major parts of mobile advertising; part of dozens of acquisitions and significant international on the ground experience The Sideqik platform connects marketing partners and makes those partnerships more effective. Where partners market together - Together Marketing
Kurt B. Uhlir
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Co-founder Sideqik, with exits at Vitrue & Navteq to Nokia & Oracle; SoTech founder. 10+ U.S. and international patents, including fundamental patents covering check-in services and major parts of mobile advertising; part of dozens of acquisitions and significant international on the ground experience The Sideqik platform connects marketing partners and makes those partnerships more effective. Where partners market together - Together Marketing

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